Fisheye Magazine #13
2 years of photographic adventures
Fisheye is two years old. Two years of intense adventures that mix photography, authors, societal issues, trends, artists and crossroads. Two years to lead this crazy project: reinventing the photo magazine with aspirations that go from film to social networks, from photojournalism to fine art photography, and that do not forget the unexpected, the joy and new practices.
For this 13th anniversary edition, we wanted to give more space to the abundance of photographic creation by devoting our dossier to it. Trying to account for this diversity in twenty pages would have been a fool’s errand. To establish a ranking of the ten best photographers to follow, an illusion. That’s why we preferred to let the Fisheye team’s choices express themselves and present you, in all partiality, a dozen photographers as many biases assumed by each. And as an echo of the first issue which proposed the portrait of a new generation through about twenty French authors, the photographers we show you today were chosen outside of France.
You will also find in this issue 13 our usual columns, with the portrait of Jean-Luc Monterosso, a road trip in the footsteps of Meffre and Marchand in Poland, a reportage in Srebrenica, a subject on the new heads of the FN, or an investigation on tax havens by Paolo Woods and Gabriele Galimberti, which will also be exhibited at the Rencontres d’Arles.